Ariana Grande Says She's Gonna Cry A Lot. Is She Still Not Over Her Exes?

Bindhiya Nhi |Mar 04, 2019

Ariana Grande posts an emotional message on her Instagram account. It seems like what had happened for all these years still greatly affects her.

On Friday, Ariana Grande posted a heartfelt message on her personal Instagram account. Along with a black-and-white selfie, Ariana wrote a quite long caption, began with an announcement that she was preparing for her third tour. The Thank U, Next singer knew that it was because of her period as well as her deep feelings, and she was afraid what she said would be a little bit too much emotional.

Ariana expressed her gratitude to her life: "I just want to say how grateful i am for my life, for the people in it, for the ups and challenges, for the laughter and the pain, for this music and for the lifelong friendships i’ve made thru making it." We all know that she has been through many things recently. It must be hard for the singer when she stated that she cannot really figure out what had happened to her for past few years. She continued her thoughts, saying "I don’t even really know where i’m going with this post but i’m just grateful to be here still. and excited to see you. i’m prolly gonna cry a lot."

In 2017, a nightmare happened when terrorists attacked her Manchester concert and 22 people were killed. Later in 2018, Ariana and Pete Davidson went their separate ways and called off their four-month-engagement. And just a month later, the singer had to suffer from the death news of her ex Mac Miller, who died because of an accidental drug overdose.


Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson, Mac Miller (Getty Images)

In the Instagram post which seems like an outburst of emotion, Ariana admitted that she even told her team that she did not feel good to continue to work. However, it was thanks to her friends, her fans and music that she could overcome her difficulties. Ariana said that they even saved her life.

Ariana let us know that she was still in her healing process after all these things. "I’m still healing but i feel a lot lighter as of late and i think this is really going to be such a beautiful time," she wrote in conclusion. Ariana then told people that she had to focus on her show instead. Eventually, the singer once again stressed that she was deeply and eternally grateful for everything and everyone in her life.

Despite what she has sung in her hit Thank U, Next, it seems like Ariana Grande still takes time to get over Mac Miller's death and Pete Davidson's annulment. Let's wish Ari all the best in her future endeavours, and what does not kill her will undoubtedly make her stronger.


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